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Old 06-11-2017, 10:19 AM
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Default Big problems with Apple MBP 2016 with Sierra

I just bought a new MacBookPro with Sierra.
Installed PT 12.7.1 but started to have a lot of problems. I work at 96/24 and all the time I have 6101 error with just 8 tracks, a waves IR1 reverb and an L2 on master out....

On my very old dual core with PT10.3.10 and not a great OS X like Maverick, I recorded 32 tracks with plug ins and the request of the system was really low, around 10/12% of usage....!!!!

Always the interface was a Merging Technologies HORUS connected with Ethernet cable with the right driver.

Maybe the USB-C to Ethernet is the problem?

What hell!!! New MBP must to be a really fast and great for audio recording but not really at the moment.

I must to use an old MBP to work!

After a long time with Avid, I start to think to go on other platforms...

Avid, listen the customers!!! We need great tools for professional use, not jokes...



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Old 06-11-2017, 10:23 AM
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Default Re: Big problems with Apple MBP 2016 with Sierra

Did you install all (including plugs) from scratch or did you copy from your previous drive?

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Old 06-11-2017, 10:28 AM
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Default Re: Big problems with Apple MBP 2016 with Sierra

Hello,
I was under the impression that the MacOS Horus driver was only working up to OS10.11.x. I may be wrong.
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Old 06-12-2017, 12:16 AM
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Default Re: Big problems with Apple MBP 2016 with Sierra

I bought MBP new. I install all the softwares and driver from scratch.
ProTools and all plug ins are latest.
Horus driver is the last one.

The problem is big... How a new fast computer works so bad?
My oldest so stable with Maverick, that is not the best OSX...
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Old 06-12-2017, 05:07 AM
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Default Re: Big problems with Apple MBP 2016 with Sierra

I'm really wondering about some third party software and Sierra currently. E.g. My Pro Tools system is fine, though my MOTU 828MK3 had to be firmware upgraded, or everything was crashing. So, that was the culprit.


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